Larray – Canceled | Lyrics Meaning & Song Review
Social media personality by the name Larray releases a brand new ‘diss track’ titled “Canceled.” In the song, he takes shots at dozen other celebrities and social media personalities. The music video, released along with the song, amassed over 6 million views in one day on YouTube.
The 22-year-old Lawrence Merritt, better known by his Internet person as Larray, has over 6 million subscribers on his YouTube account, over 5 million followers on Instagram, and over 17 million followers on his main platform TikTok.
‘Canceled’ is a term popularized on social media recently as being used to describe someone who is deemed banned/irrelevant due to an ongoing controversy.
Watch “Canceled” Music Video by Larray
“Canceled” Lyrics Meaning and Song Review
Right off the bat, Larray takes shots at Bryce Hall, another social media personality, and a popular TikTok creator. Larray mentions that he only knows Bryce Hall through Addison Rae, another TikTok personality. Bryce Hall and Addison Rae were dating, broke up, and were spotted back together recently.
‘Sister’ is a reference to popular YouTuber James Charles. He surrounded himself in some controversy over leaking his own nude picture for fame.
Larray also namedrops other popular social media personalities such as Dixie D’Amelio and her partner Noah Beck, YouTuber Jeffree Star for his controversial comments, TikTok star Nikita Dragun, Shane Dawson controversy, Tona Mongeau’s controversies, and her relationship with Jake Paul.
More dishonorable mentions on “Canceled” are Nessa Barrett and Josh Richardson and their relationship, Tony Lopez and his inappropriate messages sent to a minor, David Dobrik and Tesla giveaway, Tati Westbrook who is 38-years-old, and more.
On top of all these disses, Larray also gives a shoutout to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s hit single “WAP.”
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